Canterbury Guided Tours can include the Old Weavers House, establish 1500Ad and alongside the King's Bridge from where you can see the infamous Ducking Stool,  take in the historic Beaney House of Art & Knowledge and the Canterbury Cathedral as part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.  Special tours are also available including Hidden and Curious Canterbury, War Time Canterbury, History of Health and Canterbury’s Tudor Connections.A way to see the sights and learn some history too. Offer themed tours too.

Daily (except 25th December)
11am -
1st April to 31st October
11am & 2pm
Winter 2pm tours
January - Friday to Sunday
February - weekends only
Daily Tours - 1 hour and 30 minutes.

Daily Tours
Adults £15
Seniors: £13
students/Secondary schoolchildren - 12 years +: £13
Primary schoolchildren: £7.50
Group Bookings
Child - under 5 years: Free
Carer: Free

Wheelchair accessible, but many pavements and streets are cobbled. Wheelchair users are advised to bring a ‘carer’ who may go free of charge.

At guide's discretion, a well-behaved dog may be welcome on the daily tour.

Advisory Notes:
Tours do not include entry into buildings. Can book online, at the Canterbury Visitor Centre and the Roman Museum. The ticket entitles visitors to discounts at some Canterbury attractions.

Toilets – on the route at two venues.

Picture Credit: © The Canterbury Tourist Guides Limited.

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